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Seven O.C. arrests part of national gang sweep Operation Southbound

Operation Southbound targeted Sureño gang members, feds say.
Orange County Register
Thursday, May 1, 2014
National News

Seven people in Orange County were among 157 arrested in Southern California over the past two months in an operation targeting international street gangs, federal immigration authorities said Thursday.

Denver won't hold inmates solely on immigration status

The Denver Post
Thursday, May 1, 2014
Colorado News

Denver will no longer hold inmates for federal immigration authorities solely on the basis of immigration status, Sheriff Gary Wilson said Wednesday.

Bad Pennies

Video: Policy of Administrative Amnesty for Criminals explained by Kris Kobach

Biden says illegal aliens are already citizens
Limits to Growth
Monday, March 31, 2014
National News

[In the following video Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach explains how the Obama Administration is giving administrative amnesty to illegal alien criminals. The video also shows Vice President Biden publicly stating that "illegal aliens living in the shadows I believe are already American Citizens."]

Obama administration releases tens of thousands of illegal alien criminals

Catch and Release - Interior immigration enforcement in 2013
Center for Immigration Studies
Monday, March 31, 2014
National News
In the Denver regional office - which covers all of Colorado and Wyoming - there were 10,732 ICE contacts with illegal aliens in 2013, but not all were criminals.
 
Of the 6,586 "Criminal encounters," 2,983 were released or 45%.
 

Horrific Taboo: Female Circumcision on the Rise in U.S.

NBC News
Sunday, March 30, 2014
National News

When Marie was two years old, a woman in her village in Africa cut off her clitoris and labia. Now 34 and living thousands of miles away in New York, she is still suffering.

7,000+ Sex Offenders Deported from Texas in Past 3 Years

Breitbart
Monday, March 17, 2014
National News

U.S. Immigrations and Custom Enforcement (ICE) has deported more than 860 sex offenders from the State of Texas this year, according to an official press release from the agency. More than 7,000 sex offenders have been deported from Texas alone in the past three years.

Denver launches hiring review after employee arrested in shooting

The Denver Post
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Colorado News

The City and County of Denver is conducting an internal review of its background-check process for new hires after an employee was arrested on suspicion of shooting a man six times during a drive-by shooting.

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